Discussion in 'Overclocking & Hardware' started by windwithme, Jun 9, 2010.
Is the Hitachi and Cooler Master promo girl just more "classy" than the rest?
Thats some incredibly sexy pics.
The girls aren't too bad either
now tell me what did you notice first in the ati eyefinity pic the girl or the awesome 5 screen set up
Bring me back a nice showgirl please!
Damn this is going to have to be on my travelling itinery at some point in the next five years. Looks ludicrously good.
hey im likennn those girls...damn i wanna go taiwan was it? shiettt....LOl
600T looks quite good, albeit under favourable lighting.
Nice post, some of the hardware are works of art.
Thanks dude for an awesome post, booth babes are awesome, I think there were some great hardware shots there too but cant remember them
Thanks for the photos. Everything looks like a lot of thought has gone into designing the booths. Except for Corsair who look like they just rented a room in the hotel
Did you go over just for the show? How much would I be looking to spend to go over?
That nVidia chick looks kind of angry.
Thanks for the pics windwithme. So many goodies - I would love that eyefinity setup!
Also thanks for the beautiful booth babes.
From what I understand, WWM actually lives here in Taiwan. I'm not sure what it would cost to go over. I think Melbourne/Taipei return was around AU$1,000 last time I looked, if you bought a cheap flight with some limitations.
Nice pics wish i was there
Nice hardware even better software with 2 legs.
I triple checked and have verified the validity of this statement.
Yeah, which monitors is that? I want!
the few years i went to computex i don't think i ever saw any computer hardware . Infact each year when i got home there were plenty of pictures but no pc gear to be seen
Someone to her right farted just before the shot. I'm fairly sure they had an Intel shirt on too...
It's a standard face chicks pull over here. It's supposed to be cute. Looks like most of them are someone's spare sister/cousin/niece anyway, rather than professionals, which is pretty usual in Taiwan.
With amateurs like that who needs pro's??